Noah Cyrus is back with a brand new single, and it will definitely get you in your feels this summer. Her new track, “July,” is her first release of 2019, following her Good Cry EP that dropped in September 2018.
After hearing Goood Cry, and now listening to her latest song “July,” it is clear that Noah is really good at writing sad songs that hit you right in your feels. Cyrus has expressed that this song is very heartfelt and personal to her. The song was inspired by a time when Noah felt Like she wasn’t good enough for her partner and stayed in the relationship because she was scared of getting hurt.
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July is out now. this one is really emotional for me and extremely heart felt. thank you to Peter Harding and Michael Sonier for making me feel comfortable enough to open up and write this song. i wrote this about a time when i felt like i amounted to nothing to someone and never felt good enough for them. i stayed in fear of the heart break tho my heart was already in a million pieces. anyway its out now heres a piece of my life that made a huge impact on me. thanks for listening if you do – link in bio – i also wana thank my team for helping me build the confidence over the past year to be able to even put out music again. shout out to @ualreadyknowJMP @lilsabotage @mkoziel @franklinspov for the video. i want to especially thank @tishcyrus @zach.kardisch and @loualchamaa you guys have gone above and beyond. thank you
The music video for “July” was shot on 16mm film to give the video a vintage aesthetic. In the video, we see Noah all alone on a dusty path in the middle of nowhere. Noah looks very stunning in the video wearing a variety of all denim attire, definitely proving that denim-on-denim is definitely a look we should all be rocking. As we see the youngest Cyrus prance down the dirt road, we see her moving a huge pile of suitcases. The suitcases in the video symbolize Noah getting rid of the toxic baggage in her life and in her relationship.
Overall, while listening to this song, you can definitely hear all of the raw emotion in Noah’s voice and can tell just by listening that this song is personal to her. We are absolutely loving “July” and hope to hear even more new music from the younger Cyrus sister in the near future.
In the meantime, check out the video for “July” down below and leave a comment or tweet us @soundigest to let us know your thoughts on Noah’s latest single.
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